Courage Kenny Ski & Snowboard
Volunteers needed to teach adaptive lessons to skiers and snowboarders with disabilities
One of the largest adaptive ski and snowboard programs in the country, Courage Kenny Ski and Snowboard provides more than 1,200 lessons per year at seven sites across Minnesota and Wisconsin and is supported by 400 volunteer instructors. Experienced skiers and boarders are needed as volunteer instructors. All volunteers receive instruction on adaptive equipment and techniques for teaching skiers and boarders with disabilities.
You’ll have fun, make new friends, and introduce someone with a disability to the world of snow sports, an activity they probably never dreamed they could do. Our program continues to grow which means each year we place athletes on a wait list due to lack of instructors.
Ski & Snowboard locations
Theodore Wirth Park (Nordic skiing)
For more information on how to become a volunteer and to apply, contact: Khara Hesse at Khara.Hesse@allina.com or call 612-775-2724